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Ip seems to have gotten blacklisted what to do?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by darkface, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. darkface

    darkface Senior Member

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    Hey guys,

    Against my better judgement I did a couple of high pr blog comments the other day with my home computer without proxies. I only did around 25 so I thought that ther wouldn't be too much of a problem. All comments, including those that had were not auto approve are still up (Except 1). Now when I want to do another comment, without any url or anything just a normal comment it gives me "There was an error with your submission.".

    I assume my IP got blacklisted for the engine that is powering the comments on that site, with a proxy it works. Anyone got any idea whether it is possible to find out whether it rly was blacklisted and if so why?

    Here is an example for one of those blogs, its a pr 5 so go ahead and comment with your sites ;) (not sure whether this one is autoaprove or not)

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    http://blogs.redcross.org.uk/podcasts/2009/08/mianas-story-freedom-after-11-years-captivity/
    Help would be apreciated as a blog i normally comment on uses this platform and I don't rly want to have to log into proxies each time to comment on it...
     
  2. ajaxism

    ajaxism Newbie

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    If you have a dynamic IP you could always force it to change?
     
  3. francoisbretier

    francoisbretier Junior Member

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    not ever you can be in dynamic IP and provider change only ever 12 hours look like this for mine during the week end, best clean cookies, switch off computer, come back 1 hour after shopping. :p
     
  4. darkface

    darkface Senior Member

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    I already forced it to change and I still got the error haven't cleaned coookies though. That might be it will try that
     
  5. mazar

    mazar Regular Member

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    i have been banned from some apache servers for the same thing but mine were edu. backlinks.it only took about 6 links before they sussed me .i use ccleaner for my cookies & havent came across somewhere im banned from since but keeping away from the edu & gov url`s for now lol